Yolo residents, organizations may participate on Election Observer Panel on Sept. 14

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The Yolo County Elections Office is assembling an Election Observer Panel to observe activities associated with the Sept. 14 California Gubernatorial Recall Election. Any groups or individuals expressing an interest in observing Election Day activities are invited to participate.

Members of the Panel may visit one or more Voter Assistance Centers from Saturday, Sept. 11 through Election Day, Tuesday, Sept.14. They may also visit the ballot counting center to observe the tabulation of ballots on election night. Panel members are also invited to observe the processing of Vote-by-Mail ballots at the Yolo County Elections Office.

Yolo County residents or organizations who would like to be represented on the Election Observer Panel must notify the Elections Office by Tuesday, Sept. 7 through an email at elections@yoloelections.org, by phone at 530-666-8133, or by mail address to: Yolo County Elections, PO Box 1820, Woodland, CA 95776.

Requests must include the requester’s name or the name of the representative(s) and organization. The Elections Office staff will be available to meet with Panel members to explain their role in greater detail and to provide them with important information.

Election Day locations There are 13 ballot drop boxes throughout the County to submit your mail in ballot.

The Winters locations to drop off ballots are:

  • Ballot Drop Box located inside of Lorenzo’s Market at 121 E. Grant Ave. from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily during business hours.
  • Voter Assistance Center will be at the Public Safety Facility at 702 W. Main St. in the EOC training Room. The Winters VAC will open on Sept. 11 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and will close when the polls close on Sept. 14 at 8 p.m.

A listing of all Yolo County Ballot Drop Boxes and Voter Assistance Centers is available online at https://bit.ly/2V1pgwj.

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